Yossi Benayoun has condemned the West Ham fans who directed offensive abuse towards Tottenham supporters during Sunday's Premier League clash.
The Israeli international admitted he felt disappointed and embarrassed by the actions of the Hammers fans at White Hart Lane.
The Football Association and the police are investigating alleged anti-Semitic abuse which resulted in the arrest of two West Ham fans, one of which has now been banned for life by the club.
The visiting supporters are also alleged to have mocked the knife attack on a Spurs fan before Tottenham's game in Rome last week.
And Benayoun, currently in his second spell at Upton Park on loan from Chelsea, has lashed out at the Hammers fans' behaviour.
"I have a great relationship with the West Ham United supporters, from my first spell at the club and again now I am back on loan here," said Benayoun on Twitter.
"This why I was very disappointed to hear some of the songs and it was embarrassing."